“God is asking you to bring a blank page from your life so that he can write his plans and purposes for you,” said Rev. Uta Muaulu. The reverend spoke words of wisdom and inspiration during the APTC short courses graduation.
Eight members of the Samoa Police, Prisons, and Corrections Services (SPPCS) were among those who got certificates from the Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) on Tuesday afternoon. In addition, four non-sworn members of the SPPCS in the Finance Unit were among the receptions.
Rev Uta Muaulu’s words of encouragement were, “Let God lead you and put your trust in the Lord.”
There were 49 participants who got awards during the ceremony, and they were witnessed by their families and friends, as well as the CEO of their firm.
During the ceremony, Samoa Police, Prisons, and Corrections Services Commissioner Leiataua Samuelu Afamasaga was there to witness the Samoa Police, Prisons, and Corrections Services earning their award.
Ms. Soraya McGinley, Third Secretary Development Australia High Commission in Samoa, expressed her heartfelt congratulations to everybody who had completed this programme.
“To all receptions today I stand my heart congratulation and I am confident that these course you will make positive contribution to your workplace and in your community and Samoa” she adds.
She went on to say, “It is my pleasure, on behalf of the Australian Government, to congratulate the 49 Samoans and three Tongans who completed this course.”
The brief course included LLN, drainage, WHS in Construction, Domestic Violence, Counseling, and Meat processing.